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Cities of Migration

Thursday, September 13, 2012

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In this issue:
• New Publication! Good Ideas from Successful Cities: Municipal Leadership in Immigrant Integration
• Good Ideas from Successful Cities: Country Reports
• Webinar: Investing in Urban Prosperity: Municipal Leadership in Immigrant Integration

New Publication! Good Ideas from Successful Cities: Municipal Leadership in Immigrant Integration

Municipal Report CoverMigration is re-making our cities. Successful integration of urban migrants is a pressing issue for all cities around the globe. While immigration is national, integration is local. It is at the city level where we find the political and community voices that embrace immigrants, knowing they bring strength, vitality and innovation. That’s why city governments play an essential role in the integration of newcomers.

In Good Ideas from Successful Cities: Municipal Leadership in Immigrant Integration, we share nearly 40 international good practices from city governments across Canada, the US, Europe and Australasia. Translations in Spanish and German will be available soon.

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Good Ideas from Successful Cities: Country Reports

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A series of short country reports provides a further selection of 25 municipal good practices in comparative perspective. Spain and Germany are available in English now!

Later this fall, look for Lessons from Successful Cities: Municipal Leadership in Immigrant Integration where international experts provide policy insights for city leaders and their community partners. An upcoming webinar will highlight the findings.

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photo: MEM award recipients Webinar: Investing in Urban Prosperity: Municipal Leadership in Immigrant Integration

September 19, 2012

Free webinar event

Learn how innovative local governments in Munich and Philadelphia are investing in employment and small business incubation strategies to ensure immigrant skill, talent and energies can help transform cities into engines of economic growth and prosperity.

 

Why Municipal Leadership Matters: Alan Broadbent

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Alan Broadbent is the Chairman of Maytree

"Cities know and feel both urbanization and immigration profoundly. At the national and sub-national levels, urbanization and immigration are policy issues. 

At the municipal level, though, they are primarily lived experience. And at the city level is where we find the political and community voices that embrace immigrants, knowing they bring strength, vitality and innovation."

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For more information contact: citiesofmigration@maytree.com

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